Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

New Trends and Developments in Biometrics

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Academic Editor

Jucheng Yang
Jucheng Yang

Tianjin University of Science and Technology,
China

Co-editor

Shan Juan Xie
Shan Juan Xie

Jeonbuk National University,
Korea, South

Published28 November 2012

Doi10.5772/3420

ISBN978-953-51-0859-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5716-8

Copyright year2012

Number of pages344

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Table of Contents

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2. 3D and Thermo-Face Fusion

By Štěpán Mráček, Jan Váňa, Radim Dvořák, Martin Drahanský and Svetlana Yanushkevich

2,886
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4. Basic Principles and Trends in Hand Geometry and Hand Shape Biometrics

By Miroslav Bača, Petra Grd and Tomislav Fotak

5,032
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5. Genetic & Evolutionary Biometrics

By Aniesha Alford, Joseph Shelton, Joshua Adams, Derrick LeFlore, Michael Payne, Jonathan Turner, Vincent McLean, Robert Benson, Gerry Dozier, Kelvin Bryant and John Kelly

1,788
7. Evaluation of Biometric Systems

By Mohamad El-Abed, Christophe Charrier and Christophe Rosenberger

5,687
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8. Multi-Biometric Template Protection: Issues and Challenges

By Christian Rathgeb and Christoph Busch

3,832
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10. An AFIS Candidate List Centric Fingerprint Likelihood Ratio Model based on Morphometric and Spatial Analyses (MSA)

By Joshua Abraham, Paul Kwan, Christophe Champod, Chris Lennard and Claude Roux

3,048
12. Influence of Skin Diseases on Fingerprint Quality and Recognition

By Michal Dolezel, Martin Drahansky, Jaroslav Urbanek, Eva Brezinova and Tai-hoon Kim

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